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Cd151 Drives Cancer Progression Depending On Integrin Α3Β1 Through Egfr Signaling In Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Jianjie Zhu, Tingting Cai, Jieqi Zhou, Wenwen Du, Yuanyuan Zeng, Ting Liu, Yulong Fu, Yue Li, Qian Qian, Xiuwei H. Yang, Qinglin Li, Jian-an Huang, Zeyi Liu 2021 Soochow University, China

Cd151 Drives Cancer Progression Depending On Integrin Α3Β1 Through Egfr Signaling In Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Jianjie Zhu, Tingting Cai, Jieqi Zhou, Wenwen Du, Yuanyuan Zeng, Ting Liu, Yulong Fu, Yue Li, Qian Qian, Xiuwei H. Yang, Qinglin Li, Jian-An Huang, Zeyi Liu

Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences Faculty Publications

Background
Tetraspanins CD151, a transmembrane 4 superfamily protein, has been identified participating in the initiation of a variety of cancers. However, the precise function of CD151 in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) remains unclear. Here, we addressed the pro-tumoral role of CD151 in NSCLC by targeting EGFR/ErbB2 which favors tumor proliferation, migration and invasion.

Methods
First, the mRNA expression levels of CD151 in NSCLC tissues and cell lines were measured by RT-PCR. Meanwhile, CD151 and its associated proteins were analyzed by western blotting. The expression levels of CD151 in NSCLC samples and its paired adjacent lung tissues were then ...


Pembrolizumab Plus Concurrent Chemoradiation Therapy In Patients With Unresectable, Locally Advanced, Stage Iii Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: The Phase 2 Keynote-799 Nonrandomized Trial, Salma K. Jabbour, Ki Hyeong Lee, Nikolaj Frost, Valeriy Breder, Dariusz M. Kowalski, Theodore Pollock, Evgeny Levchenko, Noemi Reguart, Alex Martinez-Marti, Baerin Houghton, Jean-Baptiste Paoli, Sufia Safina, Keunchil Park, Takefumi Komiya MD, Amy Sanford, Vishal Boolell, Hong Liu, Ayman Samkari, Steven M. Keller, Martin Reck 2021 Parkview Health

Pembrolizumab Plus Concurrent Chemoradiation Therapy In Patients With Unresectable, Locally Advanced, Stage Iii Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: The Phase 2 Keynote-799 Nonrandomized Trial, Salma K. Jabbour, Ki Hyeong Lee, Nikolaj Frost, Valeriy Breder, Dariusz M. Kowalski, Theodore Pollock, Evgeny Levchenko, Noemi Reguart, Alex Martinez-Marti, Baerin Houghton, Jean-Baptiste Paoli, Sufia Safina, Keunchil Park, Takefumi Komiya Md, Amy Sanford, Vishal Boolell, Hong Liu, Ayman Samkari, Steven M. Keller, Martin Reck

PCI Publications and Projects

Importance: Administration of pembrolizumab plus concurrent chemoradiation therapy (cCRT) may provide treatment benefit to patients with locally advanced, stage III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Objective: To evaluate treatment outcomes and safety of pembrolizumab plus cCRT in stage III NSCLC.

Design, setting, and participants: The phase 2, nonrandomized, 2-cohort, open-label KEYNOTE-799 study enrolled patients between November 5, 2018, and July 31, 2020, from 52 academic facilities and community-based institutions across 10 countries. As of October 28, 2020, median (range) follow-up was 18.5 (13.6-23.8) months in cohort A and 13.7 (2.9-23.5) months in cohort B ...


Evaluation Of Somatic Mutations In Solid Metastatic Pan-Cancer Patients, Moom Roosan, Isa Mambetsariev, Rebecca Pharaon, Jeremy Fricke, Angel R. Baroz, Joseph Chao, Chen Chen, Mohd W. Nasser, Ramakanth Chirravuri-Venkata, Maneesh Jain, Lynette Smith, Susan E. Yost, Karen L. Reckamp, Raju Pillai, Leonidas Arvanitis, Michelle Afkhami, Edward W. Wang, Vincent Chung, Mihaela Cristea, Marwan Fakih, Marianna Koczywas, Erminia Massarelli, Joanne Mortimer, Yuan Yuan, Surinder K. Batra, Sumanta Pal, Ravi Salgia 2021 Chapman University

Evaluation Of Somatic Mutations In Solid Metastatic Pan-Cancer Patients, Moom Roosan, Isa Mambetsariev, Rebecca Pharaon, Jeremy Fricke, Angel R. Baroz, Joseph Chao, Chen Chen, Mohd W. Nasser, Ramakanth Chirravuri-Venkata, Maneesh Jain, Lynette Smith, Susan E. Yost, Karen L. Reckamp, Raju Pillai, Leonidas Arvanitis, Michelle Afkhami, Edward W. Wang, Vincent Chung, Mihaela Cristea, Marwan Fakih, Marianna Koczywas, Erminia Massarelli, Joanne Mortimer, Yuan Yuan, Surinder K. Batra, Sumanta Pal, Ravi Salgia

Pharmacy Faculty Articles and Research

Metastasis continues to be the primary cause of all cancer-related deaths despite the recent advancements in cancer treatments. To evaluate the role of mutations in overall survival (OS) and treatment outcomes, we analyzed 957 metastatic patients with seven major cancer types who had available molecular testing results with a FoundationOne CDx® panel. The most prevalent genes with somatic mutations were TP53, KRAS, APC, and LRP1B. In this analysis, these genes had mutation frequencies higher than in publicly available datasets. We identified that the somatic mutations were seven mutually exclusive gene pairs and an additional fifty-two co-occurring gene pairs. Mutations in ...


Integration Of Circulating Tumor Cell And Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio To Identify High-Risk Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer Patients., Weelic Chong, Zhenchao Zhang, Rui Luo, Jian Gu, Jianqing Lin, Qiang Wei, Bingshan Li, Ronald E. Myers, PhD, DSW, Grace Lu-Yao, William Kevin Kelly, Chun Wang, Hushan Yang 2021 Sidney Kimmel School of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, United States

Integration Of Circulating Tumor Cell And Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio To Identify High-Risk Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer Patients., Weelic Chong, Zhenchao Zhang, Rui Luo, Jian Gu, Jianqing Lin, Qiang Wei, Bingshan Li, Ronald E. Myers, Phd, Dsw, Grace Lu-Yao, William Kevin Kelly, Chun Wang, Hushan Yang

Department of Medical Oncology Faculty Papers

BACKGROUND: The neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), platelet-lymphocyte ratio (PLR), and circulating tumor cells (CTCs) have been associated with survival in castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC). However, no study has examined the prognostic value of NLR and PLR in the context of CTCs.

METHODS: Baseline CTCs from mCRPC patients were enumerated using the CellSearch System. Baseline NLR and PLR values were calculated using the data from routine complete blood counts. The associations of CTC, NLR, and PLR values, individually and jointly, with progression-free survival (PFS) and overall survival (OS), were evaluated using Kaplan-Meier analysis, as well as univariate and multivariate Cox models.

RESULTS ...


Longitudinal Analysis Of Myocardial Function Using Strain In Patients Receiving Cardiotoxic Chemotherapy, Anmol Goyal, Amulya Buddhavarapu, Kayla Simpson, Nataliya Kibiryeva, Wendy Hein, Joy M. Fulbright, Sanket Shah 2021 Children's Mercy Hospital

Longitudinal Analysis Of Myocardial Function Using Strain In Patients Receiving Cardiotoxic Chemotherapy, Anmol Goyal, Amulya Buddhavarapu, Kayla Simpson, Nataliya Kibiryeva, Wendy Hein, Joy M. Fulbright, Sanket Shah

Posters

Background:

Chemotherapy-related cardiotoxicity (CTRC) is associated with significant morbidity and mortality in long-term cancer survivors. Left ventricular [LV] Global longitudinal strain (GLS) is a sensitive parameter that can be used for earlier detection of contractile function changes in these patients. Recent literature suggested certain genotypes may influence CTRC. Our goal was to assess longitudinal myocardial function and identify any correlation between certain genetic variations and LV function regarding CTRC in our pediatric population.

Methods:

50 subjects ≥10 years of age who have survived >2 years after completion of cancer treatment were enrolled out of which 29 subjects agreed for genetic ...


Prevalence Of Tp-53/Rb-1 Co-Mutation In Large Cell Neuroendocrine Carcinoma, Hoda Saghaeiannejad Esfahani, Cory M. Vela, Aman Chauhan 2021 University of Kentucky

Prevalence Of Tp-53/Rb-1 Co-Mutation In Large Cell Neuroendocrine Carcinoma, Hoda Saghaeiannejad Esfahani, Cory M. Vela, Aman Chauhan

Internal Medicine Faculty Publications

Introduction: Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma (LCNEC) is a rare and highly aggressive high-grade neuroendocrine neoplasm, which can arise from anywhere in the body. Due to its rarity there is a lacuna in our understanding of LCNEC’s molecular biology. In 2016, Rekhtman and colleagues presented one of the largest molecular sequencing series of pulmonary LCNEC. They differentiated genomic profiles of LCNEC into two major subsets: small cell lung cancer (SCLC)-like, characterized by TP53 + RB1 co-mutation/loss, and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)-like, characterized by the lack of co-altered TP53 + RB1. This finding is of significance because at present ...


Dexrazoxane Decreases The Cardiotoxic Effects Of Doxorubicin In Osteosarcoma Patients Without Increasing Mortality From Secondary Malignant Neoplasms, Thomas S. Przybycien 2021 Wayne State University

Dexrazoxane Decreases The Cardiotoxic Effects Of Doxorubicin In Osteosarcoma Patients Without Increasing Mortality From Secondary Malignant Neoplasms, Thomas S. Przybycien

Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates

A clinical decision report appraising:

Schwartz CL, Wexler LH, Krailo MD, et al. Intensified chemotherapy with dexrazoxane cardioprotection in newly diagnosed nonmetastatic osteosarcoma: A report from the Children’s Oncology Group. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2016;63(1):54-615. https://doi.org/10.1002/pbc.25753

for a patient with osteosarcoma and concerns about the risk of secondary malignant neoplasms that attend use of dexarazoxane.


Team-Based Outreach To Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates In An Urban Family Medicine Practice, Alexa Waters, MD, Olivia Seecof, MD, Graham Stratton, MD, Caitlyn Haines, MD, Brittany Hozick, MD, Jose Medina, MD, Kathryn Topalis, MD, Hannah Facey, MD, Chelsea Salas-Tam, MD, David Peters, MD 2021 Thomas Jefferson University

Team-Based Outreach To Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates In An Urban Family Medicine Practice, Alexa Waters, Md, Olivia Seecof, Md, Graham Stratton, Md, Caitlyn Haines, Md, Brittany Hozick, Md, Jose Medina, Md, Kathryn Topalis, Md, Hannah Facey, Md, Chelsea Salas-Tam, Md, David Peters, Md

House Staff Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference (2020-)

Aims for Improvement

  • Aim to increase CRCS rates for our resident team patients by 5% by May, 2021
  • Target Population (n=99): Age 50-74, due for CRCS, office visit within last 2 years, team resident listed as PCP, active on MyChart, and speak English


Adolescent And Young Adult Oncology Patient And Provider Perspectives In Philadelphia (Aya-4p), Christoher Terry, MD, Miriam Pomerantz, LSW, Jodi Sandos, LCSW, Lindsay Wilde, MD 2021 Thomas Jefferson Univeristy

Adolescent And Young Adult Oncology Patient And Provider Perspectives In Philadelphia (Aya-4p), Christoher Terry, Md, Miriam Pomerantz, Lsw, Jodi Sandos, Lcsw, Lindsay Wilde, Md

House Staff Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference (2020-)

Primary Objectives

  • To assess the current perspective of AYA patients regarding medical services and psychosocial support delivered to AYAs in Philadelphia
  • To assess the current knowledge and perspective of healthcare providers at the SKCC about the care and services needed by AYA patients


Increasing The Rate Of Excisional Lymph Node Biopsies At Easily Accessible Sites When Ruling Out Lymphoma, Catherine M. Tucker, MD, Xiangyun Ye, Christopher Gardner, Austin Redilla, Guldeep K. Uppal, MD, Adam F. Binder, MD 2021 Thomas Jefferson University

Increasing The Rate Of Excisional Lymph Node Biopsies At Easily Accessible Sites When Ruling Out Lymphoma, Catherine M. Tucker, Md, Xiangyun Ye, Christopher Gardner, Austin Redilla, Guldeep K. Uppal, Md, Adam F. Binder, Md

House Staff Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference (2020-)

The aim of this study is to increase the rate of excisional lymph node biopsies from 78% to 95% in patients presenting to the Center City campus with lymphadenopathy at easily accessible sites by September 2021.


Preparing Historically Underrepresented Trainees For Biomedical Cancer Research Careers At Huntsman Cancer Institute/University Of Utah Health., Ana Maria Lopez, MD, MPH, MACP, José E Rodríguez, Kathryn Browning Hawes, Anna Marsden, Don Ayer, Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, Kola Okuyemi 2021 Professor and Vice Chair of Medical Oncology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadephia, United States

Preparing Historically Underrepresented Trainees For Biomedical Cancer Research Careers At Huntsman Cancer Institute/University Of Utah Health., Ana Maria Lopez, Md, Mph, Macp, José E Rodríguez, Kathryn Browning Hawes, Anna Marsden, Don Ayer, Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, Kola Okuyemi

Department of Medical Oncology Faculty Papers

Given the well-documented inequities in health care outcomes by race, ethnicity, and gender, many health career pipeline programs have focused on supporting the development of a diverse and inclusive workforce. The State of Utah, is vast, but sparsely populated outside the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. More than 96% of our nearly 85,000 square miles is designated rural (<100 people/square mile) or frontier (<7 people/square mile). The Salt Lake City area is home to the Hunsman Cancer Institute, the only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the region, also noted the limited diversity in the biomedical cancer research workforce. Our primary objective was to increase the number of underrepresented trainees who pursue higher education with the goal of a career in cancer research. PathMaker is a regional, competitive pipeline program that nurtures high school or undergraduate trainees from historically underrepresented backgrounds towards a career in cancer research. Our faculty and staff team collaboratively developed a cohort model curriculum that increased student awareness of research ...


Exploring The Therapeutic Relationship As A Central Focus Through Expressive Arts Therapy In Oncology, Akshata Parekh 2021 Lesley University

Exploring The Therapeutic Relationship As A Central Focus Through Expressive Arts Therapy In Oncology, Akshata Parekh

Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses

The treatment for cancer can be physically, mentally, emotionally and socially challenging. These treatments have side effects like physical body pain, hair loss, changes in weight, energy, nausea and more. These physical changes impact the social, mental and emotional well-being of the patient and makes this journey of the life-threating prognosis of cancer very tough to confront. Expressive arts therapy provides a safe space for the patients to address their mental health concerns as a result of this treatment. The Capstone Thesis Project explored expressive arts therapy interventions with 95 patients through single or multiple sessions while going through their ...


Gene Editing And Gene Therapy: Entering Uncharted Territory In Veterinary Oncology, Wesley A. Wierson, Alex M. Abel, Elizabeth L. Siegler, Stephen C. Ekker, Chad M. Johannes, Saad S. Kenderian, Jonathan P. Mochel 2021 LifEngine Animal Health Laboratories

Gene Editing And Gene Therapy: Entering Uncharted Territory In Veterinary Oncology, Wesley A. Wierson, Alex M. Abel, Elizabeth L. Siegler, Stephen C. Ekker, Chad M. Johannes, Saad S. Kenderian, Jonathan P. Mochel

Biomedical Sciences Publications

With rapid advances in gene editing and gene therapy technologies, the development of genetic, cell, or protein-based cures to disease are no longer the realm of science fiction but that of today’s practice. The impact of these technologies are rapidly bringing them to the veterinary market as both enhanced therapeutics and towards modeling their outcomes for translational application. Simply put, gene editing enables scientists to modify an organism’s DNA a priori through the use of site-specific DNA targeting tools like clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats and CRISPR-associated protein 9 (CRISPR/Cas9). Gene therapy is a broader definition ...


A New Paradigm: Ecmo Therapy In Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Patients, Igor Areinamo 2021 Children's Mercy Kansas City

A New Paradigm: Ecmo Therapy In Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Patients, Igor Areinamo

Research Days

Background: The use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) for support of pediatric patients has significantly increased in the past years. Patients with known oncologic diseases, immunodeficiencies, or bone marrow transplants (BMT) have traditionally not been considered candidates for Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) due to perceived high risk for mortality. Ongoing advances have continued to push the boundaries of ECMO use and we report our recent experience with this patient population

Objectives/Goal: To evaluate survival to discharge of pediatric patients who require ECMO support and who also have an underlying hematologic or oncologic disease process. To determine specific patient characteristics ...


Levofloxacin Versus Ciprofloxacin Prophylaxis In Pediatric Cancer Patients At High Risk Of Infection, Chandni Dargan MD, Amy Johnson MD, MBA 2021 Children's Mercy Hospital

Levofloxacin Versus Ciprofloxacin Prophylaxis In Pediatric Cancer Patients At High Risk Of Infection, Chandni Dargan Md, Amy Johnson Md, Mba

Research Days

Background: Patients with cancer and those undergoing chemotherapy are at risk of developing bacterial infections due to myelosuppression. Patients undergoing the most intensive chemotherapy regimens are at a higher risk for morbidity and mortality due to profound neutropenia. Antibacterial prophylaxis is given to reduce the incidence of infection in those at highest risk. Starting March 1, 2016 our institution used ciprofloxacin for antibacterial prophylaxis however recent literature, including the COG trial ACCL0934, supports using levofloxacin in certain high risk (HR) populations due to greater efficacy in reducing neutropenic fever (NF) and bacteremia. Therefore, we switched to this April 1, 2019 ...


Changes In Family Functioning During The First Year Of Pediatric Cancer Treatment: A Mixed-Method Pilot Study, Carolyn Bates 2021 Children's Mercy Kansas City

Changes In Family Functioning During The First Year Of Pediatric Cancer Treatment: A Mixed-Method Pilot Study, Carolyn Bates

Research Days

Background: A new diagnosis of pediatric cancer presents a sudden and tremendous stressor for families of all backgrounds and circumstances (Long & Marsland, 2011; Bemis et al., 2015). Although many families are resilient in the context of new cancer diagnosis, approximately 33% are at risk for negative outcomes due to psychosocial distress and difficulties with effective coping (Kazak et al., 2020; Pai et al., 2008), supporting the need for systematic assessment of psychosocial health as a standard of care in pediatric oncology (Kazak et al., 2015). Alongside heightened stress within the first year of diagnosis, parents may relax family rules and expectations for ...


A Pediatric Case Of Treatment-Related Myelodysplastic Syndrome While On Therapy For Pre-B All, Sara McElroy 2021 Children's Mercy Kansas City

A Pediatric Case Of Treatment-Related Myelodysplastic Syndrome While On Therapy For Pre-B All, Sara Mcelroy

Research Days

Background: Treatment-related myelodysplastic syndrome (t-MDS) is a known, but rare, late effect of cancer therapy, specifically radiation, alkylating agents or topoisomerase II inhibitors. When secondary to treatment with alkylating agents, t-MDS typically occurs 4 to 7 years after therapy, and common cytogenetics include chromosomes 5 and 7 abnormalities. Treatment in children with t-MDS is typically allogeneic stem cell transplant, but the prognosis remains poor.

Objectives/Goal: To describe a rare case of a pediatric patient who developed t-MDS while receiving treatment for Pre-B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (pre-B ALL) and to outline the treatment regimen that he received.

Methods/Design ...


Impact Of Covid-19 On Families With A Child In Cancer Treatment, Mirae J. Fornander 2021 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Impact Of Covid-19 On Families With A Child In Cancer Treatment, Mirae J. Fornander

Research Days

Background: A new diagnosis of pediatric cancer diagnosis is a sudden and tremendous stressor to families (Long & Marsland, 2011). The COVID-19 pandemic presented an acute, universal stressor that impacted daily life around the world (Brooks et al., 2020). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children with cancer and their families is not yet known.

Objectives/Goal: The current study is a pilot investigation of COVID-19 exposure and impact among a sample of families with a child being treated for cancer.

Methods/Design: Primary caregivers (N=22) of a child (M age=7.4, SD=4.6) who was diagnosed with cancer within the last 18 months (M=10.3 months, SD=4.7) and on active treatment completed surveys between AugustSeptember 2020. Children were in treatment for leukemia (68%), lymphoma (9%), and CNS or solid tumors (22%). COVID-19 exposure and impact were assessed by the COVID-19 Exposure and Family Impact Survey (CEFIS, Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress, 2020). Caregiver distress was assessed by the Psychosocial Assessment Tool 2.0 (Pai et al., 2008).

Results: Pearson correlations revealed positive associations between COVID-19 impact and exposure (r(20)=.49, p=.022). Independent samples t-tests showed that significantly greater COVID-19 impact was endorsed by caregivers of children with leukemia (M=32.87, SD=10.4), when compared to other types of cancer (M=19.71, SD=6.15; t(18.5)=3.70, p10 months ago, M=34.27, SD=10.55), in comparison to those diagnosed more recently (i.e., within 10 months, M=23.09, SD=8.75, t(20)=-2.70 p

Conclusions: These preliminary results suggest that the impact of COVID-19 on families of children with cancer may vary based on the timing and type of pediatric cancer diagnosis.


A Screen Of Fda-Approved Drugs Identifies Inhibitors Of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 4a3 (Ptp4a3 Or Prl-3), Dylan R. Rivas, Mark Vincent C. Dela Cerna, Caroline N. Smith, Shilpa Sampathi, Blaine G. Patty, Donghan Lee, Jessica S. Blackburn 2021 University of Kentucky

A Screen Of Fda-Approved Drugs Identifies Inhibitors Of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 4a3 (Ptp4a3 Or Prl-3), Dylan R. Rivas, Mark Vincent C. Dela Cerna, Caroline N. Smith, Shilpa Sampathi, Blaine G. Patty, Donghan Lee, Jessica S. Blackburn

Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry Faculty Publications

Protein tyrosine phosphatase 4A3 (PTP4A3 or PRL-3) is highly expressed in a variety of cancers, where it promotes tumor cell migration and metastasis leading to poor prognosis. Despite its clinical significance, small molecule inhibitors of PRL-3 are lacking. Here, we screened 1443 FDA-approved drugs for their ability to inhibit the activity of the PRL phosphatase family. We identified five specific inhibitors for PRL-3 as well as one selective inhibitor of PRL-2. Additionally, we found nine drugs that broadly and significantly suppressed PRL activity. Two of these broad-spectrum PRL inhibitors, Salirasib and Candesartan, blocked PRL-3-induced migration in human embryonic kidney cells ...


Myocarditis Concurrent With Sweet Syndrome: A Presentation Of Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Christopher G. Burkeen, David Pottinger, Chaitanya Iragavarapu, Reshma Ramlal, Gerhard C. Hildebrandt 2021 University of Kentucky

Myocarditis Concurrent With Sweet Syndrome: A Presentation Of Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Christopher G. Burkeen, David Pottinger, Chaitanya Iragavarapu, Reshma Ramlal, Gerhard C. Hildebrandt

Markey Cancer Center Faculty Publications

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is the most common acute leukemia in American adults and portends a poor prognosis if untreated. Commonly, AML presents with symptoms related to concurrent leukopenia, anemia, or thrombocytopenia; however, due to its ability to affect many organ systems in the body, AML can have a highly varied clinical presentation. One such presentation is myocarditis, which is a rarely reported manifestation of AML. Myocarditis can have a varied clinical picture and often requires exclusion of other causes of cardiac dysfunction. Sweet syndrome, also known as acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis, is another presentation of AML; however, it is ...


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